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Our 2017-2018 admissions period is now open. 

Proof School is a full-curriculum day school in San Francisco serving grades 6-12.

The full application process is explained on our application portal. We look forward to meeting you this year. 

> Start an application to Proof School.

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Admissions Events


Admissions Events


 

The best way to learn about Proof School is to visit us.

 

Admissions events / Sign up here.
At these events, we provide an overview of the school and the application process, answer questions, and run demo lessons in math and humanities. Admissions events are scheduled for October 28 and December 2.


Saturday, December 2
10am-12pm

Saturday, October 28
10am-12pm


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Who should apply


Who should apply


 

Our students genuinely love math, learning across the curriculum, and working with like-minded peers.

Proof School students are internally driven to spend more than two hours on math in school every day.

They are persistent with projects and problems that are challenging and inspiring. They are demonstrably interested and ready in areas outside of mathematics, from music to laboratory sciences to history and literature. Our students are curious, and they genuinely enjoy collaborating with others.

See a map where our students come from and read about how girls are thriving at Proof School


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Who are "math kids"?
Put simply, a math kid is someone who loves math, but how he or she expresses that love takes many different forms. A simple metric is whether your child is excited to be in a math classroom for over two hours each day.

Proof School aims to be an exciting home for just about any kid who loves math, regardless of their background. Progress is measured individually, not in relation to other students. We celebrate each student's success, in every form it takes.

Our math curriculum ranges from courses accessible to any sixth grader enthusiastic about math to courses that would be challenging even for an undergraduate math major. All classes stress depth and investigation over speed and acceleration.

 

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Girls at Proof School


Girls at Proof School


 

Girls thrive in a community that supports their passions.

Proof School is a collaborative community that nurtures deep thinkers.

We proactively look for students who want to learn together and play together. Our girls are among our strongest students, and they are avid readers, writers, artists, and coders.

Girls at Proof School discover a tight-knit community, with deep and rich friendships, small classes, and a studious yet playful atmosphere. In short, girls thrive at a school like ours.

Read more about Girls at Proof.

 
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Tuition +financial assistance


Tuition +financial assistance


 

Our admissions is proudly need-blind. 

We strive to make Proof School affordable to every qualifying student who is admitted. 

We have a robust financial assistance program to meet calculated need. This year, our families received financial assistance that covers up to 99% of tuition. Our goal is to help every qualifying, admitted student to be able to enroll at Proof School. We do not offer merit-based scholarships.

Tuition is set annually by the Board of Directors and reflects our investment in a world-class faculty. There is no fee to apply to Proof School. Tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is below. 


2017-2018

Middle School Tuition

$36,600

2017-2018

High School Tuition

$39,400


Proof School is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). We use data submitted by families to the NAIS School and Student Services (SSS) as a baseline for determining assistance awards.

Detailed information about financial assistance is on the application portal.